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Old 10-24-03, 07:42 AM   #1
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HI there

I'm Running Redhat 9 (not Debian as stated in my sig) on my Sony Vaio PCG-grt716s with a Geoforce 5600 fxGO card
I can only work in vesa mode at this time. When i add the nvidia drivers to my XF86config My screen blanks and freezes. The screen can't be probed.

Can someone help me out on this, I know i'm not the only one with this issue on that machine, Untill now noone has come up with a solution for it.

Help is welcome, Working in slow vesa mode and 800x600 is frustrating



vaiolin at rafke dot net
Sony Vaio PCG-GRT716s
Redhat Linux 9
Nvidia GeForce fx GO5600
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Old 02-03-04, 11:22 AM   #2
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Have you put the option NvAGP 0 to your XF86Config ?
With that option in the config it should work.


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